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Meet Our Successful Support Workers

You may wonder where your career as a Support Worker might lead you? Some staff use it as a springboard into other careers, for example, social work or nursing. Many of our staff want to simply continue working as Support Workers, working hands on with the service users in a variety of rewarding tasks.

However, others want to progress in the field of Health & Social Care and most our senior staff started their careers in this role. We would like you to meet some of our staff who started their careers as Support Workers.

Robin BushChief Executive – started his career as a Support Worker with Devon County Council in 1992, in those days they were known as house parents.

Jane CarolanDirector of Client Services – started her career as a Residential Support Worker with Scope in 1987.

Terry Usher, Quality & Development Manager, CVS (Community & Vocational Services) – started his career supporting service users in 1993 in Autism Together’s (formerly Wirral Autistic Society) Woodwork Department.

Jill Lockett, Quality & Development Manager, Supported Living started her career as a Support Worker in 1988 with Knowsley Borough Council.

Siobhan Wise, Callum Logan, Jane Roberts, Carl Kipling, Michelle Seddon, Steve Collins and Phil Hatton are Registered Managers – they all started their careers as Support Workers with Autism Together.

Sarah Nelson, Kev Mulligan and Lex Freeman are Service Managers in CVS –likewise they all stated their careers as Support Workers with the organisation.

If you are interested in finding out more – let’s talk…, send your CV to: Ceri Jones, HR Manager, Autism Together, Oak House, Bromborough, CH62 3PA email: recruitment@autismtogether.co.uk